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Our regular V2e handkerchief
on Hale 10c Thursday. They are
embroidered, all linen, plain, also
with lace edges.
The befct value we ever sold and
remarkable value when you con
sider how goods are advancing.
AH styles are shown at this price.
Ladies' and rents' handeichiefs
in all linrii and embroidered, lace
trimmed, plain initial linen hand
kerchiefs, in fact, nil the newest
etvles that are out for fall.
Tvtrn liiHn kffl n-lovpfi wilh-ns-
I sorted colored stitching in red,
1 brown and black.
Two clasp .also lacelng kid
gloves, in assorted colored stitch
ing, in all the latest reds, blues,
browns, greens, grays, modes also
black and white, all guaranteed.
Ladies' mocha cloves in reds.
browns, grays and blacks.
150.152 South Howard St.
If so thou beest a seller of
milk, fasten not they cow at
milking time too near the pump ;
lead not thyself into temptation.
Trade not a good horse; but if
thou hast a poor one, and anoth
er should desire it, frustrate not
his wish ; do unto otliers as they
would do unto you.
If thee goes to this Fair know
thy Horse. If he be not fast,
make him fast in front, of Model
If one should smite thee upon
one cheek, turn to him the other,
first taking thy staff in thy hand
to sustain thee.
If a neighbor should say to
thee, "Friend, thou hast there
some fine fat fowls," suspect
him not; but lock thy chicken
yard at sundown and leave thy
When in Akron and thou feel
est faint and weary, guide thy
self to Model Bakery ; thy inner
man needs replenishing.
In courtship let thy conduct
be discreet; better vfo end with
a preacher's fee than a lawyer's
One dollar in the bank is worth
two which thou couldst make by
buying something thou hast no
"When thee needs Bread thou
should strive to reach the Model
Know thyself, but do not try
to know all about a woman.
Solomon with all his wives failed
Raise not thy voice above oth
ers in singing the psalms; it is
not always the loudest voice that
carries the furthest; besides,
why bring suspicion upon thy
self? Thee and thy children and thy
children's children and thy
neighbor's children's children
will do thee proud if thee will
lead them to the Model Bakery
for the good things of life.
Meals only 25c.
S. B. Lafferty,
106 S. Howard St.
Zeigleb To Mr. and Mrs. Len
hart Zeigler, 110 Harvard st., Thurs
day, Sept. 21, a son.
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states in which the question" of
woman suffrage has been, or is to be.
precipitated at the ballot box. And
especially do I hope that all will see
that the wisest way is to contribute
to the National fund for organiza
tion that then money may be ex
pended in accordance with the best
judgment of our committee, who
make a special study of amendment
campaigns. It is not possible for
the women of any state to conduct
such a campaign as well alone as
with the assistance and co-operation
of our Xation.-.l committee (of which
Mrs. Catt is chairman), who have
had experience in numbers of differ
ent states notably those of Colorado
and Idaho! Hoping the time will
speedily come when Ohio will give
her women full suffrage, I am
"Very affectionately yours,
"Supax B. Anthony,
"Rochester, N". Y."
The main object in holding the
convention at Akron is to create an
interest among the women of the
city for the Woman's Suffrage move
ment. 2ia matters of it partisan na
ture will be discussed in the conven
tion. The only thing that will be
spoken of in reference to the Philip
pine policy will be the suggestion
that whatever form of government is
organized on the islands that the
women be given equal rights of suf
frage with the men.
"What we advocate and what we
are working for is to secure to wo
men the right of suffrage on the same
equality with men; thats really the
only thing in the way of a platform
we have," said one of the officers to
a Democrat reporter today.
Mrs. Harriet. Brown Stanton, pres
ident oi tne unio woman ouitrage
association, laughs when she sees
newspaper articles about herself, in
which she is represented tie being a
woman of Quaker ancestry. Her
husband, Dr. Stanton, is of "Quaker
parentage, but Mrs. Stanton is of
Pilgrim stock on both sides. Her
father's ancestor came over in the
Mayflower, and he was one of the
signers of the Mayflower Compact.
His name was Peter Brown. Her
mother's ancestor, Robert Bassett,
came over in the ship Fortune, the
first vessel to follow the Mayflower.
He landed at Plymouth and became
joneof that colony. Mrs. Stanton is
a direct descendent of five Revolu
tionary soldiers, and a member of
the Cincinnati Chapter of the Daugh
ters or tne American Kevoiution.
Mrs. Stanton's husband's family
have been Friends since the rise of
the sect, but Dr. Stanton is a fighting
yuaKer. ne servea ins country dur
ing the war of the Rebellion and is a
member of the Loyal League.
The afternoon session begau with
a work conference upon the subject,
Catt of New York spoke on "Need of
organization," Miss Mary u-. Hay of
Californiaon "Plan of Organization."
Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton, War
ren, on "Cost of Orgauizatio'i."
Routine exercises occupied tho re
mainder of the session.
Addresses will be delivered this
evening by the president. Mrs. Har
riet Brown Stanton and Rev. Hen
rietta G. Moore.
A. W. Maynes is in Cleveland to
day on business.
Mrs. Lizzie Santee of North Bend
is visiting Akron friends."
Mrs. Clark Miller was the guest of
Wooster relatives Sunday.
Will Overholt of Medina, spent
Saturday with Akron friends.
James B. Pell returned Saturday
from Detroit and Ann Arbor,- Mich.
Rev. Jacob Dahlmann, pastor of
the German Reformed church, is ill
Ex-Sheriff Wm. Williams left for
Cincinnati today to attend the Ohio
Soda Bottlers' exposition.
H. C. Eichenlaub, A. E. Limrio
and Will Kasch, mail carriers, are
taking their annual vacation,
E. R. Grant of this city is In Lex
ington attending the races. He will
spend some time with friends In
Georgia and Alabama.
Miss MayE. KnowleB, accompan
ied by Miss Lanora Upton, returned
to Akron Saturday evening, and will
reside-at IIS Benjamin st.
Miss Olive S. Taylor of 427 Perkins
sr. left Monda3' morning for n trip
through California. She will visit
S in Francisco and other large cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Billow and
children, 407 Crosby st., have gone
to Simonsville, Vt., to visit Mr.
Billow's sister, Mrs. John Sabin,
formerly of Akrou.
Mrs. John Brittam anil Master
Percy Brittam of Brantford, Ont.
and Mrs. Cooke of Demsbury, Eng.,
are visiting at the home of Mr. aud
Mrs. Robert L. Sanderson of 287
Thos. F. Walsh of the Rapid Tran
sit company and Ed M. Buel. presi
dent of the Barberton Savings hank,
were in Cincinnati Friday. Udou
tbeir return Saturday they attended
the Democratic campaign opening at
Lizette Hoenike- of South Brown
st. extension, was pleasantly .sur
prised by thirty of her friends Satur
day evening, the event being her lGtli
birthday. Music and games were the
features of the evening. A light
luncheon was served.
Only one remedy in the world that
uill at once 'stop itchiness of the
.kin in any part of the body. Doan's
Ointment. At any drug store, 60
Subject to Duty.
A Washington special says:
The Secretary of the Treasury has
informed thn'Dinmoud Rubber Co.
of Akron, Ohio, that reclaimed rub
ber, the product rubber scrap, is sub
ject to dutyat30percentad valorem,
as manufacture of rubber not spec
ially provided for. Old scrap or
refuse rubber which has been worn
out by use and is fit only for manu
facture is free of duty.
KOR. SALE Tennessee phosphate lands
H. Wlsener Hammond. lOixi Park bnlldlne,
Pittburg, Pa. 141-112
i "itey lii me lem os iioiure nmr
When you aru rend y for Fall Foot
rc:ir neVant you to try u pair ot the
"Jenness Miller" Shoes
For which we are the sole local,
rhee shoes afe made to Jit w ompn's
feetith the utmost' precision. They
leautlfy the feet by preserving the
lines that nature makes so well.
Besides being the most comfortable
shoes, they are" the embodiment ot
grace and style.
None Renulne unless stamped with
the autopraph signature of Mrs.
Extra Quality ?3.no.
UP-TO-DATE SHOE AND
122 S.Howard St.
Is our specialty
Let us frame your
next picture. -
We Sell Cheap
M O N E
WE LOAN IT ON EASY
PAYMENTS IF YOU FIND
YOURSELF MIT WE Wn.T. THAN
YOU ON TERMS THAT WILL .
SUIT YOU LOANS MADE
ON HALF HOUR'S NOTICE.
"WE will make loans from So to $1,000 on
Watches, Diamonds. Household Goods,
Pianos. Orcuns. Horses. Wnaons. Carrlaces.
Store and Offlce Fixtures, Merchandise,
Stocks, JSonds, Jewelry, Ilulldlng Associa
tion Books. Insurance Policies, Hunts, Con
tracts, WITHOUT ANY PUBLICITY
WHATEVER. AND WITHOUT REMOV
ING THEM FROM YOUR POSSESSION.
Elegant Private Offices.
Nathan IVI. Berk,
1 0I Cnnfh UnmifH Ct Ground
' juu.iix uunaiu jv.,
Phone 1522 and 812.
Tip Tod Hall
SOUTH MASH ST.
iiiissioo, per coopis 25c
H you think of chaugingyour heat
ing boiler call on Oberlin ; "got prices
on the Cottage boiler for soft coal.
A mistake of the type in Satur
day's Demockat made the adver
tisement of Jackson ! he Printer ay
that the price of i.rinted envelope's
was $3 for 1,000. While envelope
ire going up they are not that hieh
yet. Jackson the Printer sells a fine
business envelope at $2 for 1,000.
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Before Buying a
It will pay to call and get our
prices and see the celebrated
Cleveland Hot Air
Guaranteed to be the BEST in
Walsh & Co.
No. 1050 South Main st.
Near Hankey Lumber Co.
MILITANT DANCING ACADEMY
m Uecinners' Class Monday evenings,
9 8o'clock; Advance Class Wednesday
SU evenings, 8 o'clock. Private iustrue-
w lions oy appointment, .music iur
Tm nished for parties. et. Hall can be
rented for dances, concerts, etc.
T Call at Academy between 9 and 11
1 a.m. and 1:30 to 4:80 p.m. W. A.
Barron, residence, iso. Tin iiascaiui
Don't fail to visit Mrs. Edwards
and Harmon' Corset nnd Dress
making Parlors. Ladles' Tailor
made Gowns a specialty. Call for
122 S. Main st.,over Beid Bros. Shoe Store
Plumbing and Heating.
Repairing steam and hot water sys
tems and steam fitting a specialty.
Engeiharf S Eckart
311 IVi ill St.
T-f Tr ii " if;alitf lit
For Sale Today
Style, Fit & Comfort
FOR SALE BY
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Wholesale and Retail
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers,
Trunks and Satchels
110 South Howard st., Akron."
For Week Ending
Saturday, October 7, 1899.
15 lb. Granulated Sugar and 1 lb.
Star Making Powder for $1.00.
ki lb. best Nutmegs for 15c.
1 lb. S. &, G.'s 25c Java and Mocha
Coffee and 1 lb. Granulated Sugar for
1 box Buffalo Washing Powder for
18Js lbs. Granulated for . .
.. .. $1.00
20 lbs. White A for
22 lbs. Extra C for
2o lbs. Yellowfor
New crop California
10c still buys a pound of whole
berry sound Bio Coffee far superior to
common package goods put up by
For fine drinking, rich aromatic
S. & G.'s 20c Reception, or
S. & G.'s 25c Java and Mocha, or
'S. & G.'s 82c Padang Java and Mo
cha are tho popular drinkers.
I JAPAN ihi H,
I6A S. Howard st.
f 8 Gil
Tolophono 5 26
sr i JUlf
m Prise 2.50
You Can't Do Better Than J
Buy the Best
Sep us before you buv
Builders' Hardware, Nails,!
Glass, Paints, Oils, etc.,
Sporting Goods of all kinds,!
Pipe and fittings, Factory I
Our stock is extensive and wef
know we can please you. i
Rohrbacher & Allen 1
170 S. Howard st.
Taken at Universalis! Church For
Benefit of Hospital.
The church services Sunday inorn
Inir at the Universalist church were
devoted to the Akron City hospital.
Rev. A. B. Church took his text
from portions of the 13th, Uth and
10th verses of Mathew V. He spoke
on "Philanthropy," under the two
heads of preventative and curative.
He related the history of the Ak
ron hospital, stating its source of
Income, needs, methods, equipment.
He also made mention of the fact
that thi is donation week and later
a special collection was taken. It
will be turned over to the hospital
trustees Tuesday by Mrs. D. TV.
Curtis, who is on the woman's aux
illiary hoard of the hospital.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Cures the
Most stubborn coughs, colds and
lung affections. Even incipient con
sumption has been successfully
cured by this marvelous remedy.
Sufferers will obtain relief after a
Closes Up Plant of Loo mis
Purchased Property Saturday Quit
Work Monday Consideration.
The plant of the Loomit Salt com
pany was sold Saturday to E. G.
Henderson, of Windsor, Ont. He
represents the salt trusts, recently
organized by a consolidation of the
National Salt association of New
York, and the Michigan Salt asso
ciation of Michigan.
The local plant has been closed
down and it is doubtful whether it
will again resume operations. The
consideration for the plant was sat
isfactory to Messrs. H. E. Loomis
and P. E. -Tanner, tho owners. It
was a little less than $100,000. The
new purchaser took possession today.
Messrs. Loomis and Tanner will
again enter the salt business, proba
bly in a short time. They purchased
the Akron Salt company's property
in J line, 1893. At the present time
its capacity is 750 barrels per day.
Dr. Gies, the old German corn,
bunion and ingrowing nail doctor of
Youngstown, is at the Hotel Buchtel
for two days only. Call or telephone
OIL OR GAS.
Positive That It Will Be Found
H. I). Van Campen, of Akron, who
has been makinj arrangements for
drilling for oil and gas on the Shaw
farm, near Barberton. has completed
the derrick, which is one of the
largest in the country, being 01 feet
In lipight. Mr. Van Campen said to
a Democrat reporter Monday that
it was his intention of drilling to a
depth of :S,000 feet, or deeper, if nec
essary. He figures that he has an
excellent location for a well, and is
positive in his belief that either oil
or gas will be reached before tho well
is sunk 3,5000 feet.
Running on West
Streetcars began running on the
new West Exchange st. line Sunday.
Tor the time being they will
connect with the Main st.,
line at Exchange St., every 20
minutes. Before long, however,
a curve will be put in at Exchance
st. and the cars will then run into
the heart of the city. A switch will
also be built on West Exchange st.
A bargain eveiy day, when you get
Big Master Soap. Try it.
Two Alarms Sent In Sunday Damage
Two small roof fires occurred Sun
day. The damage was trifling.
At 10:30 an alarm from box 253
called the department, to John D.
Miller's, 531 West Exchange s,t. The
fire was caused by a spark from the
the chimney. Mrs. Green owns the
A hou?e owued by H. Clark and
occupied by E. L. Alllngat 113 South
Prospect st. was on Are in two places
on th roof at 2 o'clock. The chem
ical engine extinguished the blade.
Sparks from a pat-sing locomotive
are supposed to have caused the fire.
For fine plumbing call on C.
Oberlin for priceB.
John T. Clark's Demise Was Unex
pectedIn Apparent Health.
John T. Clark of Cuyahoga Falls,
died Sunday morning of heart troub
le. He was aced about 70 years, and
was apparentiv in his usual neaitn
when lie retired Saturday night,
Sunday morning about? o'clock, his
wife w.-is awakened by his trying to
arouse her. He died a. few moments
later. Wife and four children sur
vive. Ho was the fatlipr of Miss
Gertrude Chirk, a teacher in the city
Meeting of German Citizens.
There will be a meeting of all
Democratic Germans of the Fith
ward next Sunday afternnon
standard. Place of meeting
Are you interested in the induce
ments of Hammel's Business College
to pupils entering or arranging to
enter on or before Uct. I6if can lor
catalogue. 228-32 S. Main, 220-33 S.
Feed Wire Being Used
In This City.
Aluminum wire is one of the latest
products. Its manufacture was
caused by the big increase in the
price of copper.
A large quantity of the wire is now
being put up by the Northern Ohio
Traction & Electric Co. to be used as
The cost of aluminum wire is 32
cents a pound, while copper brings
20 cents, but the weight of aluminum
is only one-third as much as copper.
There is a saving of almost 100 per
ceut. in aluminum.
Not Found Here.
A special from Knoxville, Tenn.,
announces that a watch stolen from
ex-President Harrison has been
louna near AKron. Nothing is
known of the find in this city.
The Republican executive commit
tee has not yet taken any action
relative to a demonstration
Thursday when President McKinley
and cabinet, go through the city. It
is quite likely, however, rhat'a big
crowa win gamer at tno station.
The train will arrive at the station
at 12:35, and make a ten-minutes'
SC HCOL EXAMINER Frank L.
Jjytle has been appointed to succeed
C. F. Seese, who resigned.
NEW DANCING ACADEMY
Madam Bertha L. Christman, teach
erof ball-room and fancy dancing
auu memner ot tne. western Asso
ciation and Normal School Masters
of Dancing of the United States and
Canada, pupil of Prof. F. TV. Nott,
Washington, D. C, H. J. Grant, Buf
falo, and the late Prof. Frank W.
Klbbe of Toledo, will open a school
in K. O. T. M. or Schumacher hall
under the management of Sid Morey.
Date will be given later.
THREE HUNDRED STROKES
Our line Includes hair brushes
specially adapted by fineness of
materials and arrangement of
bristles to produce that beautiful
gloss from brushing that Is so ad
mirable in women's hair.
These bruehes arc the best of their kind,
nnd if the hair is given the three hundred
stroke' daily prescribed by hair dressers,
the results will be highly pleasing.
OUR FALL "PRICES NONE
BETTER OR CHEAPER.
1000 No. 2 cedar shingle . . S1.S0
1000 XXX cedar shingle ... $2.85
1000 XXXX cedar shingle, thick $3.40
1000 XXXX hemlock bhingle,
1000 ft. matched lumber .... $18.00
1000 ft surfaced lumber $15.00
A large assortment of finishing lumber in
yellow pine, white wood, curly maple and
chestnut, flooring, siding, base, casing,
mouldlngs.glazed su?h doors, blinds, frames,
etc. at tho new Wilson Lumber & Building
Co.'s yard, nearly opposite 'the Market
House, SS0 South Main st.
For Men, Women, Boys,
Girls and the Babies.
Specially aro our $1.50, $2, $2.60,
$3 and $3.50 lines jnst a bit better
shoes at these prices than you've
Been upeci to buying.
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Dague Bros. & Co.
EARLY FALL DISPLAY
Of Cold Weatherpercliandise
New Fall Dress Goods
It is time for cold weather fabrics to come to the front. There's
not a single dress goods want that we cannot fill, and besides we have
tjnany patterns that are our's exclusively.
Heavy All Wool 36 to 40-inch Suitings
Splendid things for school wear 25c a yard. Great variety
of plain and fancy fabrics at39c to SOo a yard.
Cheviot and Homespun Suitings
45 to 60 inches wide at "7 So a yard.
Venetians and Heavy Cheviot Suitings at $1 per yard
Plaids of Every Description
At 25, SOc, 6Sc,75o, 1, $1.25 pot- yard.
We are having immense sales on black crepons, every piece a
bargain. 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.25. $2.50 per yard.
Fall and Winter Underwear
Everything known in the underwear line is found in our stock
for men, women and children or babies, and you will do well to look
us over before making your fall purchases in underwear.
Our Cloak and Suit Room
Is the busiest spot on earth just now, and there is a reason for it.
uome in ana see.
ague Bros. & Co.
DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE
Change of Firm Sale
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS WEEK
Big values, cost of goods not considered. An opportunity for
everybody in Akron to lay in all they are likely to need this
year in home furnishings, such as dinner sets, yery attrac
tive patterns, prices from 5.88 upward; toilet sets from
$1.G8 to 5.75. GLASSWARE of every description at prices
which will command a sale. LAMPS 25c and upwards: we
have them in great, variety of style, decoration and price.
Satisfaction guaranteed; we know we can please you. Our
stock is very complete now. Call and look it over while
this sale lasts. If you come you will want to secure some of
THE HERRICK & SONS CO.
Herrick & Son
Our MECHANICAL PLATES, CYCLONES and V1YES are tho wonder of the age.
12 pictures in 12 seconds.
Photo Supplies of every description, wholesale and retail. Use of dark
room, and instructions f reo.
Geo. S. Dales & Son,
Telephone 1882 228 South Main Street, AKron, O.
1 New York Millinery Store 1
Tuesday and Wednesday
Oct. 3 and 9
a Wo -n-ill Via nrp-nnrpri to show all the New and Latest
PJ Creations in
Fall and Winter Millinery,
Ij "We invite all our old patrons and as many new ones jsij
vM as will favor us with a visit to inspect our ISw
li -. ... , j Him4: j usi!:M-M, m
ifj Which we are offering at prices that are right. Mrs. E.
W Boot has returned from "New York with a new and elegant
gH line of Millinery.
MRS. E. B. ROOT,
Qll. WW m i i i Ml f 1 1
I AM ALSO ONE
"AIISSTEIS is coming on and you will
want to see me in your cosy SITTliM
QOOK STOVES nil belong to tho
same crowd. Como and see us all.
PREMOS. BOPEEPS rSoS RAYSD "IflSTS KODAKS
etc., but little used, good as new. at bar
gains. Also a number of
NEW CAMERAS AT SPECIAL BARGAINS.
139 5. Howard St.
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